When Hinduism and Taiwanese wedding traditions combine: a multicultural wedding day

February 10 |  
Photos by: Mark Dickinson Photography
All photos by Mark Dickinson Photography.

Helen and Deepak hail from Chicago but traveled down to Port Orange, Florida, to get married at The Estate on the Halifax. The twosome intertwined Hindu wedding traditions with Taiwanese influences and owned it — the day included a lot of awesome details, like the fan-turned-wedding program and mismatched red bridesmaids dresses. Twinkle lights lined each corner of the reception hall, and the party moved indoors to enjoy a fruit-heavy dessert table (no cake!), and tons of dancing.

If you don't want this wedding to end, you can also check out their wedding video here. Thanks to Mark Dickinson and videographers You and I Pictures for sending this one our way!















Vendors!

Photography: Mark Dickinson Photography • Equipment Rentals: A Chair Affair, Inc. • Shoes: Badgley Mischka • Floral Designer: Details Flowers and Photography • Dress Designer: Maggie Sotero • Caterer: Puff 'n Stuff Catering • Hair Stylist: Shelly Seymour Hair and Makeup Artist • DJ: The DJ Man • Ceremony Location: The Estate on the Halifax: Tavern and Chapel in the Garden • Cake Designer: The Pastry Studio • Cinema and Video: You and I Pictures • Event Venue: Tavern & Chapel in the Garden

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  1. That dessert table looks spectacular. And all of Helen's dresses look amazing. Congratulations! This looks like a gorgeous wedding!

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  2. What a sweet couple! I love that there are lots of interesting details but they still kept it simple – it still looks like a down to earth wedding.

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  3. I love so many details of this wedding, but those chocolate-dipped strawberries really stand out the most! ­čÖé

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